Ludwig Goransson returns with another brilliant symphony of sounds with various artists making Black Panther: Wakanda Forever original soundtrack a gem.
As brilliant and fun as the first, the Enola Holmes 2 original score by Daniel Pemberton is a delight through and through.
“Lift Me Up” by Rihanna is the kind of song that encompasses grief in a way in which we can all find some form of courage.
Midnights by Taylor Swift is beautifully messy—it’s faultlessly intertwined and chaotically all over the place, making it a superb album.
Hulu’s Only Murders In The Building is an unbeatable sensation, and the original score by Siddhartha Khosla follows perfectly alongside it.
As delightful as the whodunit film, Daniel Pemberton outdoes himself in the See How They Run original soundtrack.
The Knives Out original soundtrack by Nathan Johnson feels like the murder mystery score most appropriate to have on during the fall season.
Every song in Blackpink’s Born Pink album is worth your time.
The Fantastic Mr. Fox original score by Alexander Desplat gorgeously brings all the autumn vibes front and center.
As whimsical and distinct as Wes Anderson’s films, Alexandre Desplat’s The Grand Budapest Hotel original score is a treasure.
Bear McCreary outdoes himself with unbeatable and memorable tracks in The Rings of Power’s original soundtrack.
Top Gun: Maverick original soundtrack featuring tracks from various artists is an exciting thrill ride from start to finish.
As delightful as the series, Adiescar Chase’s Heartstopper original soundtrack is a joyous ride in every way.
Haunting, fun, and exhilarating, Tómas Daniels’ work in Miss Scarlet and The Duke’s original soundtrack sounds like a sprawling epic.
Rael Jones’ work in Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris’ original soundtrack results in the kind of joy that will be remembered for a long while.
While the final installment of the Jurassic World franchise splits fans and critics, there’s no denying that, like John Williams’ work with the original trilogy, Michael Giacchino’s work is brilliant
The Beauty and the Beast original motion picture soundtrack is a great album with new renditions of nostalgic favorites, classics, and a beautiful new score.
“Obi-Wan” theme by John Williams feels like the kind of hopeful homecoming we’ve all been waiting years for.
Because Jurassic World Dominion will be released soon, it’s time to take it back to the Jurassic Park original score by John Williams.
It was great in 1989, but “This Love” (Taylor’s Version) is magic. Taylor Swift’s latest replay will be on replay for months to come.